Auberge de la Quatr'Heurie
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... They had a lot of religious art and by far the neatest one was what used to be an altarpiece (pic 4). The detail of the gold work was gorgeous. Finally, I also got a picture of a painting because the faces are all green and it amused me to imaging it was a scene from Oz (pic 5).
I also took a few random pic’s around town I thought you might enjoy (pic 6, pic 7). One is a well that is no longer in use and the other is of a ...
... two minivans for about 30 minutes to the starting point of the ride, Chateau de Salon la Rue. It took about 45 minutes for everyone to get fitted on our bikes or have pedals and seats changed out. (Yes, some folks brought their personal bike pedals and seats.)
We are given notes for each ride. Today's ride is called Chateau de Saulon la Rue to Chateau Ziltner via Vougeot. There is a short (43.9km) and long (53.5km) ...
Ricky Bobby does the "Canal Two Step" Wednesday – 10/22/2014
Up and off the barge after breakfast, we board the bus for a trip to Beaune (pronounced Bon). Gui, a partner in the ownership of the barge, is our guide. He is one of the pioneers of developing the tourist barges in France in the 60's and has an extraordinary knowledge of everything ...
Spent our last day before heading back into Paris wandering around Dijon. It is a lot smaller than I imagined. It probably about size of Wellington or Christchurch pre quakes. Much older though of course. Streets are beautiful. We were lucky enough to come across a very big market. ...
... to hear that a single variety can produce such varied wine. When we arrived at the cellar door for the tasting it was like stepping into a medieval castle. We are taken down below ground level into a labyrinth of tunnels that store racks and racks of dust covered wine bottles, each rack labelled with the harvest vintage. Wine is kept here for at least two years and maybe more, depending on how the flavour is maturing. When the wine is ready, the bottles are wiped ...